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19 days ago

Vice President

Cassidy Turley Atlanta, GA

• Demonstrate exceptional customer service with client(s), resulting in retained/expanded business • Develop and recommend department operations… CareerBuilder

13 days ago

Project Manager

Cassidy Turley Atlanta, GA

• Manage day-to-day operational aspects of a project and scope • Identification and resolution of issues • Prepare, publish and communicate… CareerBuilder

8 days ago

Senior Portfolio Lease Coordinator

Cassidy Turley Atlanta, GA

• Abstract and audit lease documents including updating and maintaining all lease information and data in our technology information systems, as… CareerBuilder

30 days ago

Senior Research Analyst

Cassidy Turley Atlanta, GA

s to clients as neededAnalyze indicators needed to generate a market forecast and make recommendations to the Director of Research Oversee quarterly… Ivy Exec

2 days ago

Senior Vice President – new

Cassidy Turley Atlanta, GA

while leveraging staff and resources across the geography • Oversee projects from design through completion including managing project costs… CareerBuilder

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Cassidy Turley CEO Joseph Stettinius Jr.
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    No opportunities, disorganized management, horrible culture

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at Cassidy Turley full-time for more than a year


    Prior to being acquired by CT had worked with everyone for many years prior. Good group of people.


    Within a year after being acquired we had a lot of turnover, half being let go and half fleeing. No clear leadership - "the inmates were running the asylum", no ability to attract new talent. Things kept being cut back and it was a constant battle to stay on top of "new" rules and procedures as opposed to doing your work. They expected you to put in long hours based on management's lack of planning for presentations.

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